With the Tonys popping up on TV in just a little while, we sometimes
neglect the other theater in New York. Many openings in June and over the summer--sometimes in limited runs: http://wp.me/p5jq0w-1UE
None more so than the one day celebration of James Joyce's masterpiece and
mouthpiece, Leopold Bloom on June 16th.
The Abrons Arts Center presents a world premiere of a play about a returning Iraq war veteran. Christina Masciotti's Raw Bacon From Poland runs from June 1st through 16th.
The Artificial Jungle by the Theatre Breaking Through Barriers company began its run on May 27th and closes June 25th at Theatre Row,
In time for the 4th of July, and one day only, a family concert on July 1st with Red Yarn and The Deedle Deedle Dees.
July 13-30 you can check out The 39 Steps in Southhampton.
August 1-13th see Macaire, a saga about a gangster, on Suffolk Street, NYC.